Imagine that Growing Home didn’t exist, had to close its doors, and couldn’t serve Westminster and North Metro Denver families? Would it matter?

Emphatically, yes!

More families would be homeless. More children would go to bed hungry. More families struggling to pay their rent or energy bills might end up being evicted. And, even more future generations of Adams County families might continue living in poverty.

What’s that got to do with you and me? This is our community. As our neighbors prosper, so do we. As our neighbors succeed, so do we. If our community suffers, we are all impacted. Our help and support make a direct difference, improving the lives of our neighbors and strengthening our community.

Growing Home provides families with the wrap-around, dual-generation services designed to change the odds and break the cycle of poverty. We serve more than 5,000 local families annually, combining emergency assistance, homelessness prevention, intensive coaching, and educational opportunities for children and adults. Families are changing the outcomes of their lives.

With you, we are making a difference in our community.

Growing Home receives support from government, foundation, and individual sources. We all recognize that such funding can ebb, flow, and even disappear –  perhaps when we need it the most. That’s why Growing Home has established The Criswell Society to build Growing Home’s endowment fund through present and future gifts.

Someday we want to go out of business – by solving poverty once and for all. Until then, we have to keep our doors open. Thousands upon thousands of our neighbors depend upon it. Won’t you help?

Questions about how to include Growing Home in your estate planning? Contact Pell Fender, Major Gifts Officer at Growing Home, at 720-407-1986; or, pell@growinghome.org. Thank you!